British Journal of Clinical Practice, vol.44, no.12, pp.646-647, 1990 (SCI-Expanded)
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British Journal of Clinical Practice
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Spontaneous pneumoperitoneum is infrequently encountered as a radiographic finding in association with a perforated appendicitis. This may lead to diagnostic errors, of which every radiologist and surgeon should be aware. We report a case of perforated appendicitis associated with free intraperitoneal gas.